Software Release Version 5.6.0
We are delighted to announce a new minor software release, Replify Accelerator version 5.6.0. The main features are:
- Custom SNI whitelisting. This allows SSL optimization to be applied to a specified set of Server Name Indicators (SNIs). This is useful for applying optimization to cloud services where the IP addresses of the servers are not always easy to determine.
- Ability to login to UI using custom credentials. This allows an administrator to give access to the Replify appliance user interfaces without having to grant access to the actual server on which Replify Accelerator is installed.
However, we’ve a number of smaller, but still important features. The release also includes a number of important bug-fixes. For full details on all the changes, check out the release notes.
We invite customers and partners to upgrade from any version that is 5.0.0 or later to this release. If you have a version before 5.0.0 just drop us an email. Existing customers should contact Replify Support before upgrading to get the activation code for 5.6.0.
The Replify Accelerator product will improve performance for your mobile users accessing items across the WAN, perhaps in the cloud or just in a remote office.
Replify Accelerator client software is available for Windows, Ubuntu, MacOS and Android.
Replify Accelerator Virtual Appliances are available for VMWare, Hyper-V, KVM/QEMU and Docker. They can also installed directly onto a Debian Linux machine. This can either be a physical machine or an image on a cloud platform such as Amazon EC2 or Microsoft Azure.
About Replify’s customers
Replify has customers who use multiple Virtual Appliances located around the globe. This allows their users to benefit from a shared cache. When one person downloads a file, subsequent users will automatically retrieve it from the shared cache, thus delivering the file much faster and at times, with almost 100% data offloaded from the WAN in some scenarios.
Why not contact us if you have any questions about our technology or how it might help your business or your end customers?